Creationism Essay by hicaliber

Creationism
This paper discusses creationism, which rejects scientific theories that contradict the Biblical story of creation.
# 95989 | 1,026 words | 6 sources | APA | 2006 | US
Published on Jun 12, 2007 in Education (Curriculum) , Religion and Theology (The Bible) , Philosophy (Religion)


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This paper relates that creationists reject the scientific theories regarding the origin of life, the origin of the human species, the geologic history of the earth, the formation of the solar system and the origin of the universe. The author points out that a second kind of creationism, "creational spirituality", holds that, rather than theory, awe is the appropriate response to the unfathomable wonder of creation. The paper also explains that Neo-Creationists want to allow the Bible to be one of the choices of theories that are given to school children in public schools as to how the earth was formed and mankind came into being.

Sample of Sources Used:

  • "Darwinism," (2004). Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Stanford, CA. Stanford University Press.
  • Darwin, C. (1962). The Origin of the Species, New York : Modern Library,
  • Futuyma, D. J. (1982). Science on Trial: The Case for Evolution , New York : Pantheon Books.
  • Fox, M. (2006). The A.W.E. Project: Reinventing Education, Reinventing the Human. New York: Copperhouse Publishing.
  • Harrold, F. B., and R.A. (1987.) Eve Cult Archeology and Creationism: Understanding Pseudoscientific Beliefs about the Past, 1st ed., Iowa City, Iowa : University of Iowa Press.

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